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Field School when it was Weston High School(before it was named Field School.)
An interior view of the Reading Room in the Old Library.
The Lane House, representative of the modern architectural style of the Kendal Common neighborhood.
The water wheel from the School Furniture Factory on Crescent Street.
Hastings Organ Factory workers' houses on North Avenue.
The house at 297 North Avenue early in the 20th century.
A mid-20th century view of Boston Post Road in the Town Center.
The Fiske Law Office undergoing badly needed renovations in 2008.
The Josiah Smith Tavern in 1952.
An oval framed portrait of the Josiah Smith Tavern in earlier times.
The Melone Homestead on Crescent Street.
Postcard with an aerial view of the Wightman Tennis Center.
Index: Weston Places
Unless otherwise noted, the articles indexed below appeared in
The Weston Historical Society Bulletin, published twice a year
by the Weston Historical Society. Copies of most back issues are available at a cost of $5.00 plus $2 shipping.
- Brown Street
- Boston Post Road
- Concord Road
- Crescent Street
- Melone Homestead, 27 Crescent Street
- School Furniture Factory Fall 2008:21
- Highland Street
- Kendal Common Neighborhood
- King's Grant Neighborhood
- Lexington Street
- North Avenue
- Orchard Avenue
- Ridgehurst, 80 Orchard Avenue Fall 2005:5
- (See People: Charles Wells Hubbard)
- School Street
- South Avenue
- "Brookside," Bush-Lane Houses Fall 2010:29
- (See People: Frederick T. Bush)
- Spruce Hill Road
- Sudbury Road
- Viles Street
- Hook & Hastings Co. Organ Factory
- Wellesley Street
- Westcliff Road